No reason too. Lupus is an autoimmune disease whereby the nuclei in the cells are being attacked by your own immune system. B12 injections may help numerous biochemical pathways but wont lessen or cure lupus. May want to look into functional medicine (http://www. Dasilvainstitute. Com/fuctional-medicine).
Yes. Organic whole food supplementation; elimination of acids from the diet; avoidance of known allergies including foods; taking large quantities of antiinflammatory herbs such as cats claw; nrf2 activator (protandim)--produces sod reducing oxidative stress levels to level of a 20 year old. See my link at www. Medacpc. Com.
SLE. There is no cure for sle. The goal of treatment is to control symptoms. Mild disease may be treated with: nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory medications (nsaids) treat arthritis and pleurisy corticosteroid creams to treat skin rashes an antimalaria drug (hydroxychloroquine) and low-dose corticosteroids for skin and arthritis symptoms you should wear protective clothing, sunglasses, and sunscreen.
None. Diet and omega 3 fatty acids may help but there are no specific vitamin or herbal supplements for sle. Avoiding sugar and dairy is helpful for some people. Omega three fatty acids along with vitamin c and b complex may reduce symptoms.
Ultrainflamx. Any autoimmune disease bring down constant t cell primed response is important so take all small things like sneezing runny nose or signs of inflammation seriously and use ultrainflamx. Use iodine supplement to boost immunity, take nac to boost glutathione levels in body which will help your liver, kidney, lungs and sinus. Try to detox various organs so there is no toxic buildup.
Diet. As part of the treatment there are reports that a oiling dairy and wheat can help discoid lupus. Thos may not always work and may require time to see effect. Topical steroids are safe and will decrease s raring and discoloration form discoid lupus. Also be evaluated for systemic involvement.
Skin lupus. Lupus is an autoimmune disease, where one's own immune cells attack parts of your self. Discoid lupus occurs only on the skin, but is chronic and can cause bad scarring. It almost never evolves into the more serious systemic lupus. It can be treated with sun protection, high potency topical steroid creams, an oral medicine called plaquenil, (hydroxychloroquine) and shots of steroid directly into certain skin lesions.
Avoid sun exposure. The most important therapy is to avoid sun exposure by using hats and or sun screen.